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Dani Hazell Retires From International Cricket

England off-spinner Dani Hazell has retired from international cricket. The 30-year-old – who won three Ashes series and two World Cups – steps away from the game having made 141 appearances for her country. She made her debut in 2009 and since then has taken 146 international wickets across all forms, and has also captained her country

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Clare Connor and David Mahoney take senior ECB roles

ECB have announced two new roles within its Executive team. Clare Connor has been appointed to the new role of Managing Director, Women’s Cricket while David Mahoney has been named Chief Operating Officer. The moves each fit the purpose and delivery of the new game-wide strategy for 2020-24, Inspiring Generations, which has been developed over

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Kirstie Gordon out with stress fracture

England slow left-arm spinner Kirstie Gordon has been ruled out of action after scans revealed she’s suffered a stress fracture in her lower back. The 21-year-old burst onto the scene during the ICC Women’s World T20, leading England’s wicket-taking charts with eight scalps to her name. Prior to that she’d enjoyed a memorable summer, taking the

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England Beat India To Reach World T20 Final

England beat India by eight wickets in Antigua to reach the World T20 final. Heather Knight’s team will face Australia on Saturday at 8pm local time (12am GMT, Sunday November 25). After losing the toss England’s spinners performed brilliantly to bowl India out for 112. The wickets were shared around, Heather Knight took 3-9, while Kirstie Gordon

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Katie George Suffers Stress Fracture

England and Hampshire left-arm seamer Katie George has been ruled out of action after scans revealed she has suffered a stress fracture in her lower back. George, 19, made her England debut in both ODI and IT20 cricket in 2018 and impressed with her pace and ability to swing the ball. She was continuing to

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England Women name their Academy intake for 2018

England Women have named their Academy intake for 2018 with a new structure in place. Previously the England Women’s Senior Academy (EWSA) was combined with the England Women’s Academy (EWA) but from now one only one squad has been named, known as the England Women’s Academy. The purpose of the EWA remains to provide an individualised programme

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